Victory Chapel Ministries To Return To Sunoco Super Series In 2004 Wayne and Nancy Moeckel to Provide Spiritual Leadership for the Teams of the Series (Salem, Indiana) For the second straight year, Wayne and Nancy Moeckel, with their Victory...
Victory Chapel Ministries To Return To Sunoco Super Series In 2004
Wayne and Nancy Moeckel to Provide Spiritual Leadership for the Teams of the Series
(Salem, Indiana) For the second straight year, Wayne and Nancy Moeckel, with their Victory Chapel Ministries, will be part of the Sunoco Super Series for the 2004 season. The pair provided spiritual leadership to the teams, officials and fans last year, and are looking forward to the new season.
"We made a lot of good friends last year," commented Wayne Moeckel, "and truly enjoyed the opportunity to share God's word with those involved in the Series that wanted to participate" The Moeckel's lead a small service, usually after each drivers' meeting, at each event on the schedule. "While the Victory Chapel at each event allows all of us to get together for a few minutes to share God's word, much more sharing is done during the day, individually. First and foremost, we are just friends to everyone out there, and we share our faith with those who choose to do likewise."
Typically, beside the Victory Chapel Service, the Moeckel's provide lemonade and/or tea for the teams near the tech area, and also hosted a "corn roast" last year, with help form Anderson Speedway promoter Rick Dawson. Support for the Ministry comes entirely from teams and fans of the series. A small number of teams and sponsors have already committed to financial support of Victory Chapel, but many more are still needed.
"We are really fortunate to have Victory Chapel back again," noted R. J. Scott, managing partner of the Sunoco Super Series. "I got to work Wayne and Nancy when they were in a similar capacity with ASA for years. I really enjoy how they guide spiritually from a 'friendship' point of view. They are really laid back and fit in great with Sunoco Super Series family. I would encourage everyone to support Victory Chapel where possible--no matter what you put into it, you'll get considerably more out of it. It is truly a great relationship."
Wayne and Nancy will join the rest of the teams at the season opener on April 17th, at Anderson Speedway. They can be reached by phone at 800-593-3225 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Those wishing to support Victory Chapel Ministries can send contributions to: Victory Chapel Ministries, P. O. Box 844, Commerce, GA 30529. For more information on the Sunoco Super Series, visit www.sunocosuperseries.com.